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Coping With a Medical Crisis

Everyone has a daily routine consisting of family obligations, leisure and recreation, spiritual commitments and work/volunteering. All of these life experiences define us. Our attitude… Continue Reading

Recovery and Mental Illness

It is important to understand that persons with a disability don’t get rehabilitated in the way cars get tuned up or repaired. They are not… Continue Reading

Treating Sudden Loss: The Chance To Exhale

Most hospice organizations offer some level of grief support in alignment with the Medicare Hospice Benefit that allows up to 13 months of support to… Continue Reading

Depression and Aging Adults

Depression is a major health concern in our country and discriminates against no particular group. The disease affects all races, ages and has no regard… Continue Reading

Tips For Back-To-School Anxiety

The beginning of the school year is often a period of major transition for children and their parents. The COVID-19 pandemic led to many children… Continue Reading

Accessing Spirituality For Mental and Emotional Well-Being

Spirituality – correctly applied and understood – is the basis of mental and emotional health and of much psychological healing. Most people do not know… Continue Reading

Intense Feelings Of Anxiety

Everyone experiences anxiety or stress during their lives. Some anxiety is actually helpful. It moves us to action. It can make us study more for… Continue Reading

Set Realistic Mental Health Goals For the “New Normal”

As we embark on the “new normal”, the perfect opportunity presents itself to make goals geared towards better physical, financial, and emotional health. We must… Continue Reading

Finding Emotional Freedom In Acceptance

In this striving, individualistic society, the virtue of acceptance is undervalued. Most of our thoughts and efforts are directed toward achieving our goals and bending… Continue Reading

Mental Illness: Myth vs. Fact

People who have been diagnosed with a mental illness often don’t discuss it. They feel embarrassed or ashamed rather than treating it like other medical… Continue Reading

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